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Fail-Safe Gravy for Christmas Dinner | Jamie Oliver



This is Jamie’s tried and trusted gravy recipe using the resting juices from your roast meat – in this case Turkey. From mastering the roast vegetable base, to the importance of balancing sweet and sour and locking in flavour using giblets and resting juices – Jamie will show you how to create a gravy that’s thick, rich and next level deliciousness.

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Stuffing |
Roast Potatoes |

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This recipe contains 1/2 teaspoon of added sugar per person in the jam based on the serving suggestion for the fail-safe roast turkey that accompanies it.
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muscleandmath
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muscleandmath

aaaaaah…. bisto

John Daniels
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John Daniels

What do I do if I have an induction hob?

Ironfranko
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Ironfranko

I suggest gelatin powder in place of flour or starch!

lynn clark
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lynn clark

gonna try this looks fabulous thanks Jamie and very merry xmas to you and Family

Rav 2347
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Rav 2347

Large up Jamie the Legend I'm going to bang this out like it's nothing on xmas

vaiouser
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vaiouser

gonna try it for christmas this year. will be my first time making a gravy so will probably end up terrible. but the good thing is i won't know the difference.

JewelsFromVenus
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JewelsFromVenus

I am now on a mission to find quince jelly!! I can't imagine how awesome that was..and I wont throw out the giblets like I usually do..

Peter Richardson
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Peter Richardson

This is exactly what I needed – many thanks!

Georgina Andreou
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Georgina Andreou

Awesome gravy ….going to make this delicious rich gravy sooooo yummy i always put orange/clementine celery fresh herbs for the trivet havent used onions but i will it sure will bring gorgeous aroaming yeahhhhh!! thanks Jamie Merry Christmas to u & the family ?

Longer HD
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Longer HD

jamie? how much liquid?

DreamRice
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DreamRice

Did it last year – gonna do it today again! ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! last year with duck – this year with pork 🙂

Daisy Dee
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Daisy Dee

A total DIY Gravy virgin, so followed this to the tea and it was utterly fantastic! Everyone loved it! Thank you J.O for holding my hand and walking me through it. Loved your video and will use if forever!!!

TheWalz666
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TheWalz666

Use any alcohol. Wine, port or sherry. Otherwise it will be just like a chicken soup….

PinkJizzy
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PinkJizzy

or you could just buy gravy ?

Cathy De Santis
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Cathy De Santis

I've always been intimidated with the gravy and get really stressed. I followed the basics of this gravy method and it was the easiest & best gravy I ever made! The trivet of veggies was amazing advice!

Captain Goeby
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Captain Goeby

It is the British wayyyy!

Oosee Oosee
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Oosee Oosee

From the tray to the blender to the saucepan is easy and tasty

Walter Bishop
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Walter Bishop

I wonder what type that stove top that is it would go great in my house I wonder what company made it also great tips about how to make gravy .

Samuel Moran
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Samuel Moran

what was the stock he added ?